Ade Nimri


Ade NimriAde Nimri (Dr.) is an extremely accomplished Financial Coordinator and Economic and financial researcher with more than 20 years of experience in the financial firms, insurance companies, and Banks; he considers himself a "Business surgeon" who takes an unhealthy economic situation and makes an endurance athlete out of it., Dr. Nimri is a person who influences and persuades top-ranking people, whose opinion is highly sought after, and whose judgment is respected and trusted. He received his B.S. in Banking and Finance in Jordan. There, he developed his passion for numbers and figures in Jordan, focusing on topics such as self-government, political economy, and sustainable development. After graduation, he rose through the ranks as a Senior Financial Officer for a few years. In addition to handling the office's quantitative analysis needs, he wrote many economic and financial papers to publish in local and international journals worldwide. During his most recent six-year tenure in the financial industry, Dr.Nimri has fed his insatiable interest in the academic field and research by working on his Master's degree in Finance major. His interest in the third world and desire to prove the creativity concept in this world led him to write again many articles on the financial issues in Jordan and the middle east and publish them. Right after his Master's degree, he earned his Ph.D. in Business Economics from the University of Jordan to engage with thought leaders and high-ranking decision makers in international public policy. He invites top players to challenge, converse with, and slog through the mud with him. And his ultimate goal is to become a global economist, using his drive and untiring commitment to bring greater autonomy and dignity to the developing world's people.

Papers Published in World Economics:

Understanding the Determinants of the Gender Gap in the Economy

The gender gap has been central to discussing development policies in recent decades. It is considered one of the primary benchmarks for policymakers worldwide. This study aims to combine and highlight the primary determinants of the gender gap in four regions: North America, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East, including 21 countries over the period 1990–2020. The model used is backed by economic theory and previous empirical studies to examine the interaction between the gender gap represented by the wage, labour and education gaps (on one hand) and six determinants (trade openness, economic growth, the Human Development Index, population, remittances and foreign direct investment) on the other hand. The study’s empirical findings indicate that governments should seek to remove the wage gap by being transparent, to ensure women do not receive less than men. They should also support the role of women through mentorships in business, especially in jobs classified as male-dominated, and apply skills-based assessments fairly, regardless of the gender of the employee, especially in developing countries.

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The Impact of Financial Corruption on the Economy and Means of Prevention

Our study aims to examine the impact of financial corruption on the economy in Jordan over the period 1990–2020. The study used different measures to measure financial corruption more efficiently, including the values and numbers of corruption cases. It also used the seemingly unrelated regression (SUR) technique to estimate the model. The results confirm no statistically significant impact of financial corruption on economic growth, FDI or budget deficit. At the same time, financial corruption has a negative impact on public debt. The study also recommends means to help to prevent and fight against all kinds of corruption worldwide.

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